Le Jardin du Golfe
- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... hire place organised a taxi to deliver him back, a friendly guy in a private car who facilitated Steve's 17 km trip for 40 euro. They may have seen us coming. Our induction did not commence until about 6.30pm so we elected to go to the local restuarant recommended by our taxi driver which we finally arrived at around 7.45pm. A good choice as it happened and we decided not leave the boat harbour until the next ...
... She truly made my day, and my total trip with those words, which were meant so sincerely, and she was not not being nice. A while later, as I was readying to sight see, Jacques came up to me and said, "Thank you, Robiiiin. You are very good today! I like you know how to help.". He looked at me with a smile on his face. Double wow! Tears were rolling down my face as I said "Merci Beaucoup mon Capitan!" I grabbed my camera and walked to do ...
... they were actually 12.50 Euros. Since no one spoke any English I had no idea why I couldn't order that, so instead I ordered tea, and took the opportunity to write some of this blog entry. There was an awkward moment where I was asking after "sucre" (sugar), and the waitress reached behind the tea cup that was sitting on the table and pulled from behind it two cubes of sugar. I don't know why I didn't look there, I think maybe because I was used to sugar being ...
... with pistachio ice cream and a strawberry malt. This gave us new life and we strolled down one side until we reached the JW Marriott, which had a very modern lobby, and a great name I might add-Palace Stephanie (really!!). After thoughts of Dave and Betz, we crossed the street and walked back along the beach side. It was hot and the sand was packed but we dipped our toes into the Mediterranean. At the Festival Hall we walked the ...
... been to Paris so in a grandiose manner I introduced her to Paris, well to a railway concourse in Paris that was under repair and covered in tourists, sitting, eating waiting. Not quite the Place de La Concorde, I'm afraid.
We spied two fellas abseiling down the building opposite. Not something you see every day so we wandered over to look and spotted a café across the square. A square where there was a game of roller hockey and what looked like ...